Tim Richter

Tim Richter

Tim Richter is Director of Cloud Contact Center Product Marketing at 8x8. Tim has 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry with roles spanning finance, operations, product management and maintenance support. He has a wife and two daughters and wishes he could spend more time sailing on the San Francisco Bay.

Articles by: Tim Richter

4 Ways to Evaluate Your Contact Center Training Program

Most companies have implemented some sort of training or coaching program within their corporate structure and contact center. However, simply training your contact center personnel is not enough. In this final part of my three-part series about improving quality management in the contact center, here is a framework that can help improve your contact center […]

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Why Customers Loathe Your Contact Center

We’ve all experienced the pain first hand. All you need is a quick answer by an informed, competent customer service agent and instead, you get lengthy, unhelpful self-service menus, long wait times and apathetic agents without answers. If you took the time to dig into legacy contact center technology (yeah right, who does this?), you’d […]

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Contact Center Quality Management the SAFE Way

In part one of my three-part series about improving quality management in the contact center, I provided 3 Tips for Building an Effective Quality Management Program. For part two, I’ll look at how companies can implement a structured approach to coaching to help contact center agents reach their full potential within the company and enhance […]

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Is Your Contact Center Ready for the Future?

Customer experience serves as a major differentiator for your business. Customers expect to reach you in the channel of their choice, and demand knowledgeable agents capable of solving issues in a single interaction. And they expect you to use the best available technology to make their experience efficient and convenient.   Because your contact center […]

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3 Tips for Building an Effective Quality Management Program

When problems or inefficiencies exist within a company, employees are often faced with a choice between reporting the problem or turning a blind eye, and allowing the problem to continue. This internal tug of war between contributing to the greater good of the company or ensuring job security can hurt businesses in the long-run as critical […]

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